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When Amy Mitchell was nine years old her mother, Charlene Mitchell, asked her if there was an instrument that she wanted to learn.

A Navajo student graduated early from Window Rock High School, but college brought a whole new challenge and pitted his skills against a deadly scourge of his people – cancer.

The Navajo Times names Amber Kanazbah Crotty as the 2017 Person of the Year, a title of acknowledgement for the person who embodies what was important about the year – for better or for worse.

Diné sushi chef inspired by mother, grandmother

Diné are weekday warriors at IHS in Waashindoon!

Coalmine Canyon honors memory of U.S. Army soldier Ned Lee

“Nidá!” said MaKay Owens to his little brother who was climbing around the booth at the Diné Restaurant in Window Rock.

Ariana Roselyn Young, the reigning Miss Northern Navajo Teen, has traded in her crown for a more prestigious one.

If you were looking for a way to overcome obsessive-compulsive disorder, entering a beauty pageant is probably not the first thing that would come to mind.

Hattie Kauffman talked about individuals who put in the effort to help her at different points in her life, which ultimately inspired her to choose a successful path.